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THE JlOiMiUiG OKEGOMAJN, TUESDAY, ' 3IAY 27, 1919.
PERU WILL SIGN,
SAY TEUTON LEADERS
Present Government Will Do
Anything to Keep in Power.
CONCESSIONS. CHIEF HOPE
Allies Expected to Soften Economic
Terms of Treaty So Huns May
BT CYRIL BROWN.
(Copyright hy the New Tork World. Pub
lished by arrangement)
BERLIN, May 26. (Special Cable.)
First impressions after the publication
of the peace terms, that Germany -would
ign before the last hour, seem con
l'irmed by the latest developments.
The nation-wide storm of protest has
died down, except in the East, and the
government has called off the violent
protest propaganda which proved too
much even for the German peace dele
gation. At the same time the official
lid seems to have been clamped down
on President Wilson's 14 points.
Only the nationalistic press continues
to root enthusiastically in favor of rejecting-
the proposed treaty or anything
resembling it, and it continues to harp
on the argument of President Wilson's
Marked Change Seen.
Count Ernst Zurevtlow, in the Agra
rian Tagresizeitung, says: "Nothing has
been heard now for some time concern
ing President Wilson's 14 points from
members of the government, who are
usually verbose, or from their press.
If the Germans were now to abandon
the Wilson programme and sign the
treaty they would justly earn the scorn
of the world. Nowhere would they find
present help and they would bury their
future. Such would be the fccheide
"Significantly the government Is
skillfully preparing the public for an
infinitely hard peace. There is no
longer official talk that any kind of
peace -would be absolutely unacceptable."
It really seems as if a radical change
of head and heart had come over the
government. The Erzberger faction.
-which is in favor of signing after the
exhaustion of all chance to obtain con
cession by negotiation, appears to be
top dog in the government.
Chancellor Kcheidemann is apparently
looking for ways and means to eign and
rave hi3 prestige, despite hi3 declara
lions that the treaty is "unacceptable.'
Concenifion Is Expected.
In political circles the belief lias
trained currency that some concessions,
chiefly of an economic and financial
nature, will be granted by the allies,
sufficient to enable the government to
go before the people with a show of
success at Versailles, which in turn
would enable it to sign gracefully and
stay in office.
"To, try and obtain the obtainable'
is the policv of the government a
summed up by the Catholic organ, Ger
mania. German belief that the allies
will make generous, if not radical, con
cessions is based on the assumption
that the allies have a big interest in
making peace with the present coali
tion government of independent social
ists, who would sign anything, with no
intention of keeping the terms, but of
working only for a world revolution.
Accordingly, it is figured that the
allies will make it possible, for the
responsible coalition government to
eign and remain in office to carry out
the peace terms by making conces
sions necessary to that end.
MILITARY PARTY IS ACTIVE
Organization of National Guard Said
to Cloak War Move.
BERLIN, Jfay 26. (French Wireless
Service.) Reactionary and military
groups in Germany are charged with
planning a revival of militarism by a
writer in Die Freiheit, independent so
cialist organ of Berlin. He says that
tinder the pretense of organizing a
rational guavd militia units are being
formed in every district or chief town.
Itifles are being sent to the various
t;nits and the larger ones also receive
heavy and light machine guns. The
organizations, he added, are composed
mostly of discharged soldiers.
"Nothing has been forgotten. When
our military authorities start organ
izing they do it well. But all this i
merely a beginning," the writer con
EGG STANDARD IS FIXED
Oregon Poultry Producers "Will Start
Marketing "cxt Tall.
EUGENE, Or.. May 26. (Special.)
The Oregon Poultry Producers' associa
tion expects to begin the marketing of
ggs next fall, according to Professor
Charles Brewster of the poultry de
partment of the Oregon Agricultural
college who spent several days during
the latter part of last week visiting
eome of the poultry farms of Lane
Professor Brewster says all persons
who expect to market their eggs
through the association will have to
become members. The eggs of the
association, according to Professor
Brewster, will be marketed under a
state brand as a first-class, absolutely
guaranteed egg, and a premium in the
Jrices will be demanded for such eggs.
Oswego Teachers Elected.
iAt a recent
Fleeted for th
A. Lyon, p
Or., May 26. (Special.)
meeting of the board of
e following teachers were
e next school year: Chester
rincipal; R. D. Rogers,
en, Mary A. Bickner, M.
n and Grace Williams. The
the domestic science de
3 not elected at this meet-
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104 CASUALS VISIT CITY
MEX FROM 7 8TH AND 2 8TH BIVI
SIOXS 'ARE ENTERTAINED.
Five Portland Boys Are in Unit.
Luncheon at Benson Hotel Fea
ture of Day.
One hundred and four soldiers -who
saw service overseas with the 78th
and 28th divisions, arrived in Portland
at 12:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon
in a casual organization commanded
by Lieutenant W. S. Durland. of
Chester, N. Y.. and left at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon for Camp Lewis,
where demobilization will take place
The casuals came direct from Camp
Dix. where they were stationed follow
ing: their arrival from France abo.it,
a week ago, and reported a most en
joyable trip across the country, meet
ing warm receptions at all points
"The boys certainly enjoyed the wel
come given by the Portland people,"
said Lieutenant Durland before leaving
yesterday. "We have been given this
indication of hospitality along the line,
and we appreciate it."
On arrival in Portland, the troops
were escorted o the Benson hotel,
where luncheon was served and where
Frank H. Hilton, chairman of the
reception committee, deliveid an ad
dress of welcome. The Victory Jazz
quartet sang several patr'otic numbers,
as did Walter Jenkins, and the casuals
showed their joy at being home by
reciprocating with several of their
Following the luncheon, iJie casuals
were given the key to the city, and"l who had accompanied him from this charged with drunkenness. He was
city, was brought here Saturday and found to be in unlawful possession of
placed in the county jail. He Is charged I intoxicating liquor. When arraigned in
by his wile with desertion In a com
plaint filed In justice court here.
The girl was not Held, as there was
no charge against her. She was ac
companied to this city by officers and
was turned over to her mother. Hllllard
said he and the girl started for Seattle
In an automobile, bat were unable to
get through the snowdrifts in Snoqual
their freedom to entertain themselves
as they saw fit. the theaters and other
places of amusement being open to
them. In the detachment were five
Portland boys, these being A. W.
Lodeli, George Weber, John J. Buss,
David Sandstrom and Felix Palumbo.
SUNDAY UNABLE TO SPEAK
Evangelist Regrets He Cannot Take
Stump for Reconstruction.
SALEM. Or. May 26. (Special.)
Billy Sunday will be unable to address
a public meeting in Portland next Sun
day on behalf of the reconstruction
measures which go before .the voters of
the state the following Tuesday. Gov
ernor Olcott today received a letter
from the famous evanjrelist to the ef
fect that his health will not permit his
speaking at this time. The governor
sought Mr. Sunday's appearance in
Portland at the request of the Oregon
"My three weeks' campaign for the
liberty loan on top of ny year's work,
and then I am recovering from a se
vere operation, have all combined to
take my strength so I do not feel
equal to the task," he wrote.
"I thank you and feel proud that 1
am an Oregonian at least a few months
-1 Portland Salesman Fined
ROSEBURG Or., May 26. f Special.)
. . Obbenhause of Portland, rep
resenting -a wholesale grocery house of
that city, was arrested 1 ere today
court this morning, Mr. Obbenhause
pleaded guilty and was fined 1 150.
Rainier Class of Ten Graduates.
RAINIER. Or., May 56. (Special.)
Commencement exercises of the Rai
nier high school were held in the gym
nasium last week before the largest
crowd ever assembled in that building
Professor C. H. Gray of Reed college
delivered the address of the evening,
and vocal solos by Mr. Cramer of SU
Helens and Mr. Eugene Allen of this
city were added features of the enter
tainment. Superintendent of Schools
Gauntt presented the diploma to the
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WIFE CHARGES DESERTION
Yakima Man in Company With An
other 'Woman Arrested.
YAKIMA, Wash., May 26. (Special.)
Roy Hilliard. who was captured Fri
day by the Kittitas county sheriff at
Keechelus Inn in company with a young
woman giving ber name as JU, Ufilla,
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